According to the company, iD should remedy the perennial dilemma of undermining the aesthetic quality of a space, while still allowing customers to install speakers, lighting and AV control technology from a range of companies such as Crestron, Lutron and Apple.
Installers will be able to install these home automation technologies to be flush-mounted, matching surface colour and texture precisely, whatever the base material: plasterboard, plastic, wood or stone.
Product fascias can be painted, faux finished, wallpapered or laminated to ensure that the customer’s exacting standards are met.
Entire full-range speaker systems of satellites and subwoofers will fit entirely flush to the ceiling so they become ‘virtually indistinguishable’ from down-light fittings whether round or square.
Installers will also have the option to conceal speakers behind wall surfaces, making them completely invisible while retaining the sound quality and presence of in-room models.
The flush-mounting design solutions are being displayed on Stands L260 and L262 are supported by a team of specialists, experienced in the application of Habitech’s iD product line and will be on-hand to demonstrate how it could be the solution for your upcoming installation.
The May Design Series is taking place at London’s ExCel with the show set to end on May 19.